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Posts With Category: ‘Obstructive Sleep Apnea’

What Are the Benefits of Having Radiofrequency Ablation of the Tongue?

Doctor examining patients throat in doctors office
December 19th, 2018

Having sleep apnea can increase your risk of having serious health problems, including heart disease and stroke. This sleep disorder also lowers your quality of life overall. Traditional treatment for sleep apnea involves using a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine while you sleep, but this is not always a good option. When you need […]

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Am I A Good Candidate For A Pillar Sleep Procedure?

Women has trouble sleeping while partner snores
December 13th, 2018

Snoring is a big problem for many people. Snoring disrupts your sleep, the sleep of your partner, and even other family members in the home, occasionally leading to arguments and daytime sleepiness. Most home remedies like breathing strips and sleeping on your side don’t work. Luckily, the pillar procedure is a new, minimally invasive surgery […]

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What’s Involved In A Latera Implant Procedure?

Mid adult patient describing his breathing problem to a doctor.
December 5th, 2018

What Is the Latera Sleep Procedure? The Latera nasal implant is used to support the lateral cartilage of the nose – that is, the soft tissue along the sides of the nose leading from the nostril. It is an absorbable nasal implant that serves as a potential alternative to surgical cartilage and polymer grafts that provide […]

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Does Snoring Always Mean You Have Sleep Apnea?

man snoring in sleep
November 27th, 2018

You may have heard that snoring is a symptom of sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder. But does that mean if you snore, you definitely have sleep apnea? What is snoring? Snoring is the sound that’s made when air flows past the tissues in the back of your throat. It happens when the tissues relax […]

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Do Oral Appliances Really Work for Sleep Apnea?

Person Holding Oral Appliance for Sleep Apnea
October 9th, 2018

Sleep apnea is a common yet serious sleep disorder, and the first type of recommended treatment is usually a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine. But many patients find it uncomfortable and stop using it, putting their health in jeopardy. Oral appliances are an effective alternative in many cases, offering an easier, more comfortable way […]

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Are There Outpatient Surgeries for Sleep Apnea?

Outpatient Surgery Center
September 13th, 2018

Sleep apnea is a common yet potentially dangerous sleep disorder, and in some cases, it can be treated without surgery. Sometimes, however, an outpatient surgical procedure is the most effective treatment option. In this blog, the board-certified sleep doctors at eos sleep in NYC explain the most common type of outpatient surgeries that can help […]

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Is Inpatient Sleep Surgery Right for Me?

Sleep Surgery Patient meeting with doctor
August 28th, 2018

Sleep apnea is a very common yet potentially serious sleep disorder. In some cases, it can be treated without surgery, but surgery can sometimes provide the best form of treatment to alleviate your symptoms. In this blog, the sleep specialists at eos sleep explain the different types of inpatient sleep apnea surgeries to help you […]

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Can Sleep Apnea Affect Blood Pressure?

man snoring in bed
June 16th, 2017

Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that can affect your entire well-being and increase the possibility that you’ll develop a number of chronic health issues. In this blog, the sleep specialists and ear, nose, and throat doctors at eos sleep explain whether sleep apnea can affect high blood pressure. Can sleep apnea affect blood […]

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How To Treat Snoring Without Surgery

man snoring in bed
May 5th, 2017

Snoring is a very common condition that affects about 45% of adults. It’s frequently not taken very seriously, but it can disrupt your sleep as well as that of your loved ones. In fact, it can even be a possible symptom of obstructive sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder. In this blog, the board-certified sleep […]

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Can Spring Affect my Sleep Apnea?

woman sleeping in bed
April 21st, 2017

Sleep apnea affects millions of Americans, and if you suffer from this disorder, your symptoms can get even worse in the spring. In this blog, the board-certified ear, nose, and throat doctors at eos sleep explain why sleep apnea can get worse during spring – and what you can do about it. What is sleep […]

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Snoring and Sleep Apnea Treatments

stop snoring and sleep apnea sign
December 19th, 2016

It’s no surprise that snoring is to blame for not getting enough sleep at night, but it can also signal sleep apnea. For some, snoring is just an annoyance, but for many, it’s a sign of a serious medical condition known as sleep apnea. Those who suffer from sleep apnea experience pauses in breathing throughout […]

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We Offer a Sleep Study at Home

A woman stretching in bed
June 29th, 2016

In order to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), doctors need to gather anatomical information from you first. A sleep study, either at home or in a sleep lab, can provide this information. It will help doctors determine what is causing your sleep disturbances and how severe they are. 

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What Are Sleep Apnea Surgery Options?

A woman awake looking at a clock reading 3:31
June 8th, 2016

Several minimally-invasive sleep apnea surgery options are available if you are noncompliant with your CPAP mask. Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that causes your sleep to be disrupted by pauses of breathing. Untreated sleep apnea can lead to a host of related concerns, including high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, depression and accident risk […]

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Are Sleep Apnea and High Blood Pressure Related?

A doctor taking a patient's blood pressure
May 26th, 2016

Sleep apnea is not just a nuisance, it’s a serious health condition with many health complications, including high blood pressure. Yes, sleep apnea and high blood pressure typically go hand in hand. Because as many as one in five adults suffers from at least mild sleep apnea, it is vital to know the warning signs […]

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6 Bizarre Sleep Habits Of Highly Successful People

If you research the daily habits of successful individuals, you are bound to discover stories about people thriving on just four or five hours of sleep each night. So, does this mean that less sleep equals more success? Probably not.  While it’s true that some people don’t need as must sleep as most of us, only five […]

May 2nd, 2016
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